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Nigerian Scam Letters posted for site guests

Last Update: Monday, January 21, 2008

 

WARNING: Letters requesting help to regain funds are not written by former country leaders, nor their widows, nor members of their family.

 

                                                                                  

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01: Example of a 419 blitzkrieg.

02: Now you can "hear" what 419'ers really sound like (right out of a zombie "B" movie), PLUS have a look at a phony Nigerian Scam bank site.@

03: Fraud Alert Read a sample of what is being sent around to churches.  Warn your Minister, Pastor, Priest, Rabbi, or Imam!  It is very doubtful that this letter was written by a Moslem, former or otherwise.  For more information on why I say this, read this article from the Fraud Aid.com Nigerian Desk.

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05:  Do you own a hotel?  If so, be on the watch for this one!

06:  That email you received is not from an investment house broker!

 

SURVIVOR WATCH: Expect to see Nigerian Scam Letters appear from so-called relatives of the following

Thu 9/19/02 - Abidjan, Ivory Coast - General Robert Guei, killed in military uprising

Thu 9/19/02 - Abidjan, Ivory Coast - Emile Boga Doudou, killed in military uprising

Thu 9/26/02 - Dakar, Senegal - ferry carrying 800 passengers and crew sank off coast of Senegal on its way to West Africa

Fall 2002 - War in the Ivory Coast (Côte d'Ivoire) will bring a whole new rash of letters out of the woodwork.  We should start seeing them hit email boxes by the middle of December or earlier.

Spring 2003 - War in Iraq.  Phony survivor letters began hitting mailboxes before the war was even over.

 

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